Sonoma Deputy Who Fatally Shot Andy Lopez PromotedThe Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed 13-year-old Andy Lopez in 2013 has been promoted to sergeant, a sheriff’s office spokesman confirmed Friday.
Andy Lopez Memorial Park Gets $1.2 Million Funding BoostA long-awaited park in the memory of the teen fatally shot by a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy in 2013 got a name and a funding boost Tuesday.
Body Of Missing Santa Rosa Attorney Washes Ashore In Bodega BayThe body of a 56-year-old man that washed ashore in Bodega Bay Monday has been identified as the attorney who was representing Sonoma County in the civil rights violation lawsuit filed by the parents of Andy Lopez.
Contracts Approved For Officer Body Cameras In Sonoma County Following Andy Lopez Sheriff ShootingThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved three five-year contracts totaling $1.1 million to equip 241 sworn county sheriff’s officers with body-worn cameras.
Rallies Scheduled Wednesday For Teen Shot Dead By Sonoma Sheriff's Deputy Last YearEvents are planned Wednesday on the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Andy Lopez by a Sonoma County sheriff's deputy southwest of Santa Rosa.
Oakland Anti-Police Brutality March Coincides With 1-Year-Anniversary Of Andy Lopez Shooting DeathAbout 200 demonstrators took to the streets in downtown Oakland on Wednesday as part of a rally and march against police brutality. The event coincided with the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of 13-year-old Andy Lopez from Santa Rosa, by a sheriff’s deputy.
Toy Guns Required To Be Brightly Colored Under New California LawGovernor Jerry Brown signed a first of its kind law aimed at toy guns in the wake of a fatal police shooting in Santa Rosa where a Sheriff’s Deputy mistook a replica firearm for a real assault rifle.
Bill Requiring Toy Guns To Be Brightly-Colored Passes California Assembly, Spurred By Andy Lopez ShootingThe state Assembly approved legislation on Tuesday that would require certain replica guns to be sold in bright colors or transparent to avoid deadly mix-ups with police officers.